Great News for Bristol Based Independently Run International Removals Company

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The credit crunch & recession may be having a negative effect on many businesses but not so for Bristol’s independent international removals company 1st Move International.

The company based in Avonmouth, established in 1998 & members of the British International Freight Association (BIFA), has recently experienced a dramatic increase in the number of customers moving overseas for a new life with potentially more prospects.

Most of the movers are heading for destinations including Australia, USA, Canada & Cyprus, although other destinations such as Singapore and Saudi Arabia are also becoming popular.

In response to this significant increase in demand, 1st Move International has recently recruited an additional member for the Sales Team in addition to a Sales & Marketing Manager to make sure that they can continue to deliver the excellent service that they pride themselves on.

1st Move are pioneers of their unique packing service known as ‘Shrinkfast’. All of the customer’s belongings are packed to pallets, individually designated, before being loaded to containers.

The ‘Shrinkfast’ packing system consists of double bubble wrapping, cardboard skinning, plastic shrink-wrapping and further securing by an industrial plastic shroud and finally securing by strap banding and security tagging – see the system in action by viewing the short video on their website.

This unique method of packing customers belongings enables 1st Move to offer weekly shipments to many destinations and results in eager customers not having to wait too long to receive their personal belongings at their destination. See the packing system in action by watching the international removals packing video on their website.

Customers are often surprised at the speed at which 1st Move are able to ship their treasured possessions overseas and positive feedback from customers regarding the standard and speed of service can be viewed directly on their website.

For more information have a look at their website:


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